Food and Drinks

Catfish pepper soup is a spicy fish dish that ranks high among the most exotic delicacies in Nigeria. It is often found and enjoyed in many local bars as well as posh restaurants across the country. Its colloquial name “point-and-kill” always rings a bell in the ears of many Nigerians, and for the most figurative of...

So much really goes into Waakye recipe that makes it an instant hit among other Ghanaian dishes. This is however not to undermine the impressive array of local dishes that greet the eyes and whet your appetite in the beautiful Ghanaian cities. Waakye (pronounced Waachay) recipe consists of rice and beans. Attention,...

When it comes to recipes, Nigerian foods belong to a class of their own. Take it or leave it, Jollof rice is just a minute fraction of the many best things to have happened to the Nigerian kitchen. And if you love to experiment with street foods outside the conventional Nigerian meals timetable, here are six Nigerian...

Which African country makes the best Jollof rice? This sounds like a simple question, but it is not. In 2015, this question set off a social media war between Nigeria and Ghana, prompting the famous Nigerian Jollof vs Ghanaian Jollof debate. In April this year, the argument grew fiercer when Nigeria’s Culture Minister...

Lagos is the melting pot of everything Nigerian; a city brimming with color, magic and energy. From the ever-bustling thoroughfares of Idumota in Lagos Island to the absorbing lush and quiet of Banana Islands as well as the pulsating slums that spread across the city, Lagos is every adventurer’s dreamland. Just as the...